Mixing with a template lets you save a ton of time and get better sounding mixes. After years of using other versions of Reason, I've put together the best Reason 11 mixing template for you, for free.
You can download your free Reason 11 template here.
This Reason 11 template is full of features, from parallel processing to color coding. It also features the best way to use send effects in Reason. I've loaded it with my go to send effect presets.
On top of that, there's even a section for organizing your song by verse, chorus, etc!
If you want to learn how to use the template and all its powerful features, please watch this video.
Please note that this template only works with Reason 11. If you're looking for a free template that works with Reason 10, check this one out.
This free Reason Mixing Template relies on busses to make the most out of your mixes. Not only does bussing speed up your workflow, it also allows you to save on processing power and add more glue to the mix. This mixing template includes busses for every major instrument group, as well as for the effects.
The busses are color coded so that you can easily distinguish between them. I'd recommend color coding your imported tracks to match the color of the buss that you route them to.
Also, if you're not sure how to use templates in Reason, don't worry! This video will show you exactly how to load templates or modify them! Then you can go and create your very own template.
Of course, having a great template isn't very useful if you don't know how to mix with it! To get you started, here are 6 crucial mixing tips from a BBC-trained mixing engineer. If you want to improve your mixing even more, check out this guide to mixing made simple!
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